Start the New Year Off with Healthy Momentum!
What Is The Real Food Reboot?
Our Real Food Reboot is a challenge to make and eat real food for a full week. With the new year comes a lot resolutions that often fall short due to a lack of time for planning and preparation. We want to support your transition into the kitchen, so we've done the busy work for you. We provide the meal plan, grocery lists and prep schedule to ensure that you are successful. You get to follow through with the fun part of cooking and eating delicious, nutritious food! As an added bonus, you can participate in our private Facebook group to dialogue with others that are following the same meal plan at the same time as you.
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What Is 'Real Food'?
Food that will nourish, satiate, and fuel your body.We define real food as fresh ingredients from the earth that have had minimal processing, packaging or added ingredients. When including foods that are minimally processed, we focus on short ingredient lists that you can pronounce and identify.
Is It An All Liquid Diet?
Nope! This is simply a chance to kick start the body after (over) indulging this holiday season. By focusing on fresh ingredients, you will reset your tastebuds to curb sugar cravings. Focusing on whole food ingredients verses all liquids, ensures that you get adequate fiber, healthy fat, and protein to support digestion and balanced blood sugar.
When Does The Reboot Happen?
The group challenge runs Monday, January 8th thru Sunday, January 14th. This is when we'll be communicating and supporting one another through our private Facebook group and email from Fresh Things First. Keep in mind that you will have a pdf of the meal plan, so you can start and repeat as many times as you liked. Don't let our start date stop you from getting started whenever works best for you.
Can My Family Join Me?
Of course! The more the merrier. Our meal plans are set to serve 2, but can easily be adjusted to feed 1 or a larger family if that's what best meets you needs.
All recipes included are gluten, dairy and refined sugar free. Meals focus on nutrient dense ingredients that can meet the needs of a variety of dietary preferences and sensitivities.
What If I Do/Don't Eat Animal Products?
Have no fear. We know that no two people are alike and many people have needs/wants that may or may not include animal products. In this 7 day meal plan, there are a handful of meals that include either eggs/fish/poultry/meat. For these recipes, we have provided plant-based alternatives to accommodate your dietary preference. All of our meals are dairy free, so we've got you covered there too.
I'm Busy. Can I Realistically Do This?
If you want it, you can do it. All meals can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. We provide a preparation schedule to support advance food prep (on the weekend or the night before) when applicable. Breakfasts and lunches take less than 10 minutes to prepare, while some dinners take ~30 minutes. This doesn't necessarily mean actively cooking for 30 minutes, it can mean chopping for 10 minutes then hands-off roasting for 20 minutes.
- 7 day meal plan that includes breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner calendar.
- Corresponding recipes for the full week to keep in your future rotation.
- Preparation schedule for greater success in following your meal plan and managing food prep.
- Access to our private Facebook group where you can connect with the Real Food Reboot community to ask meal/nutrition questions, read motivational notes and share in the excitement together.
How Much Does It Cost?
Early bird pricing of $28 runs from December 27th thru December 31st. After that, the cost will raise to $33 from January 1st thru January 4th.
The Real Food Reboot is valued at $99, but because we'll be in this as a group, we want to keep costs low and encourage as many people that want to participate to join in the fun. All materials will be received on January 5th to allow you the proper time to shop and prepare for our January 8th start date. You will get to keep a PDF of all materials for future reference.